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Your savory breakfast links:

  • If the coaching change was meant to shake the team out of its doldrums, it hasn't seemed to do it. (And if that wasn't the intent, uh, carry on.) [WashTimes]
  • Seriously, though, where's the offense? [WaPo]
  • Stop me if you've heard this one: the Caps need to simplify things. [CSNW, with something about Chip Caray or something at PHT]
  • The Caps sent Cody Eakin back to Hershey yesterday, to the surprise of no one. [DCEx, SB Nation DC]
  • Speaking of roster moves, today's the last shopping day 'til after Christmas for NHL GMs, so if you're looking to give the perfect holiday gift to another team, today would be the day, GMGM. [DCEx]
  • Worthwhile reads about Mike Knuble on the eve of his 1,000th career game. [Dump 'n Chase, DCEx]
  • Nicklas Backstrom speaks. [FanPost]
  • A look back at the week that was. [Peerless]
  • Breaking: there are some positives coming out of Capsland these days. [RMNB]
  • Though it would seem a bit premature, some precincts are already reporting their vote totals on the new boss. [CRtC]
  • Finally, happy 38th birthday to Andreas Salomonsson and happy 41st to Robert Lang.

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